The crypto ecosystem was surprised after earlier this week, someone under the pseudonym “heyheeyheeey”He published an article on Medium with an ETH 2.0 escalation solution.
The launch of Ethereum 2.0 is one of the most anticipated events of the year, after Bitcoin’s Halving. For those of you who don’t know what it’s all about, it’s an update that will increase the scalability of Ethereum by replacing the consensus protocol from Proof of Work with Proof of Stake.
Currently, the crypto community is waiting for ETH 2.0 to complete the technical requirements to launch its phase 0, for this it must comply with the Topaz and Schlesi testnets.
On June 2, an article was published on Medium under the pseudonym “heyheeyheeey” about a possible escalation solution for ETH 2.0. Specifically, the author noted that although ETH 2.0 is close to being released, it does have a major problem.
You are probably wondering: What is the problem that comes with ETH 2.0.? Well, the author notes that the update may only be handled by people with high technical skills and a large amount of ETH.
He recognized the current problem, but what does he propose? The author under his pseudonym proposed a solution based on Argent, a wallet for beginner users that “It could close the gap.”
It is important to note that the author emphasizes his non-connection with Argent, that is, he has not been sponsored by them. Therefore, the author points out that it was his own initiative driven by the desire to make things easier for the general public.
Maybe they are wondering, is it really as difficult as it poses? Well, the author carried out an investigation where he recognized that there was a significant level of interest in using ETH 2.0 staking, but most of the respondents indicated that the main obstacle was its complexity.
Community Solution and Response
Therefore, “heyheeyheeey” established that users had the following needs:
- A simple and safe solution
- Easy ETH withdrawal in staking
- Simple use even without technical knowledge
“It is interesting to see that the majority of users during research and testing had similar needs (simplicity, resilience, security …) and also found the same design bottlenecks.”, wrote the author on Medium.
To this end, he proposed using the Argent interface to narrow the gap that he clearly found in his research.
At the time of writing, “heyheeyheeey” has 65 Medium followers with a single published article that has garnered 905 positive reactions and 8 comments.
In general, the comments we can read in your article praise the work done by the user. However, at the moment he has not responded to any of them.